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Casa da Musica was conceived to mark 2001, the year in which Porto was Cultural Capital of Europe, and it is the first new building in Portugal to be entirely dedicated to music - to the presentation and public enjoyment of music, to music education...more
We had a guided tour and lucked out that we were ushered in quietly at the very end of a small rehearsal ( we had a bit of pull). The building (2005) is a great example of Portuguese modern architecture and the acoustics are superb....More
Contemporary architecture in Porto charming city. Sensual modern shapes in a
central round location. Worked by architect master Rem Koolhaas builded in 2005.
Recommended guided visit or for live a stunnid concert.
Great acoustic space. Venue of National Orchestra. Panoramic restaurant.
Cost: 10 euros visit...More
Brutal modernist architecture that stands out. A very effective acoustic concert hall inside. Not sure it's worth a visit without going to a concert unless you're mad on modern architecture. But, if you 're lucky enough to coordinate visiting Oporto with a concert (tickets can...More
We've been herre a lot in our anually visitsto Porto. The restaurang is higly recommended and the concert house is really worth a visit. Guided tours for just 10 euros which you later get an account to use for concert and other stuff. Isn't that...More
We had a guided tour but the guide hardly spoke English! And she was on the phone several times. Supposed to last 60 minutes but toke 30 minutes. The building is interesting but the tour certainly not 10 euro worth.
This music house venue was a couple blocks from our hotel. I was incredibly impressed by the unique exterior design as we walked past it for the first time. Lots of cement and glass windows near the top. Musicians gather around the outside with their...More
We visited this modern building on a rainy, it was nice spend some time inside. Casa da Musica is a nice piece of architecture, there's also a metro station nearby. We would have liked to see also the concert halls, there was a rehearsal going...More